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while building a chase there seem to be a problem where the first step lights get stored in the following steps. i have not come across the problem before on leap frog, wondering if its a know bug. i have tried different ways programming each step but seems to be still doing it.

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Hi Mattdyas,

 

This sounds like a tracking issue. Can you post your showfile up and let us know which chase you are getting the problem in?

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Hi Laurent,

 

What version of software are you running?

 

Please can you upload a showfile and tell us which submaster is causing the problem?

 

Thanks

 

Jon

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Hi Jon

 

The Version is 7.8.1 (original version of the console when I bought it)

I tried several submasters and any have this problem

 

 

Thank you

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I don't understand anything !

The problem is yet again with any submaster or memory...Yesterday, everything worked normally and I thought I had found the solution...

 

Here is my showfile with a simple three step chase. Fader 1 step 1, Fader 2 step 2 and fader 3 step 3.

first step does not turn on (but is saved in the chase)

Maybe I forgot something !? Is it a bug ?

 

 

chase submaster.isf

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Hey,

 

i have got the same Problem. I create a chase and the first step is a blackout. The next steps work fine, but the first is always a blackout.

 

Is this a feature or can be deactivated?

 

thanks for your help,

chris

 

ps.: os: 7.8.1

Edited by chuckebrink

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